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Good morning, Halifax!

Good morning, Halifax!

Today, expect a calm; and windy day
Screaming Eagles edge out Mooseheads in 3-2 shootout win

Screaming Eagles edge out Mooseheads in 3-2 shootout win

Both teams only had 19 shots on goal combined after two periods
Training exercise to take place at the Port of Halifax

Training exercise to take place at the Port of Halifax

The Halifax Port Authority says to expect a lot of unusual activity at the Port of Halifax Thursday morning
Case of Cole Harbour teacher who allegedly assaulted student put off to January

Case of Cole Harbour teacher who allegedly assaulted student put off to January

Police have charged Derek William Stephenson, 42, a teacher at Cole Harbour District High School, with assault and public mischief
Two charged in Highway 101 firearm incident near Berwick

Two charged in Highway 101 firearm incident near Berwick

Just after 4 a.m. Tuesday an officer pulled a westbound vehicle over on the Highway 101 on-ramp at Exit 15
A slow start to lobster season according to early reports

A slow start to lobster season according to early reports

Department of Fisheries and Oceans' spokesperson Mark Comley said it's too early in the six month season to tell if the decline is a long term trend
Dalhousie's Dr. Stan Kutcher appointed to Senate

Dalhousie's Dr. Stan Kutcher appointed to Senate

The professor of psychiatry at Dalhousie University will fill the open seat in Nova Scotia
LISTEN: Dr. John Gillis discusses breast cancer screening, talcum powder and cannabis prescriptions

LISTEN: Dr. John Gillis discusses breast cancer screening, talcum powder and cannabis prescriptions

Dr. John Gillis joins NEWS 95.7's The Rick Howe Show every Wednesday for House Calls
Reeny Smith brings family Christmas traditions to stage

Reeny Smith brings family Christmas traditions to stage

'Reeny's Family Christmas' will marry her R&B flavour with home-rooted yuletide tunes we all know and love
Highway 111 reopens after two crashes cause closure Wednesday morning (update)

Highway 111 reopens after two crashes cause closure Wednesday morning (update)

Police say their investigation into the incidents is ongoing
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